Added on December 29, 2014
13th Floor Elevators , album review , Blank Realm , Cream , Emerson Lake and Palmer , Hookworms , Lee Adcock , The Small Faces
Well, I do feel obligated to report on Hookworms’ progress before the year ends, given that our chief hypemonger confessed a junky-like addiction to their roller coaster debut (or really, just the opener) last year. And seems the bloke would shout down a megaphone to the masses about how much a song can move him […]
Added on July 3, 2014
album review , Cream , Derek and the Dominoes , Donovan , Eagulls , Fat White Family , Hurdy Gurdy Man , Led Zeppelin , Lee Adcock , Revolver , Ringo Starr , Tame Impala , The Byrds , The Grass Roots , The Lovin' Spoonful , Unknown Mortal Orchestra , White Fence
Yeah, I listened to that first Tame Impala record, front to back. And the entire time, I’m thinking, “OK, this is from Cream. This is from Revolver. And this one’s Derek and the Dominoes.” Ya think I remember any one of those tunes now? Ya think I ever listened to that Tame Impala LP again? […]
Added on December 12, 2011
best of 2011 , Cream , Laura Crapo , Rick James , Sexy Bitch , The Incredible String Band
It doesn’t matter when songs were made. Just cause there’s a schedule of music coming out, doesn’t mean we listen to it today or even 10 years from now.
Added on August 24, 2011
Butch Vig , Collapse Board , Cream , Dinosaur Jr , Everett True , Husker Du , Killdozer , Kurt Cobain , Metallica , Music criticism , Nevermind , Nevermind 20 Years On , Nirvana , original album review , Seattle , Sub Pop , The Jam , The Slits , Young Marble Giants
It’s taken me nearly two decades to admit to liking Nevermind in public again. In celebration, I’ve decided to reprint my original review.